- Relativity Fest London – eDisclosure and global eDiscovery panel today
- Vince Neicho of Integreon: managing the cyclical nature of litigation
- Interview: David Horrigan of Relativity on the virtual Relativity Fest London 2020
- Moderating an ACEDS UK webinar on 7 May: Will the COVID Crisis Cure Outdated Approaches to eDiscovery?
- Behrens v Arconic: US proceedings, the Grenfell fire and the Hague Convention on the Taking of Evidence Abroad
- Interview: Siobhan Reilly of FRONTEO on AI in eDiscovery and message review in RelativityOne
- Interview: Jordan Domash of Relativity on developments in Relativity Trace
- Interview: Megan Rowland of Legility on the attributes of project managers, clients and eDiscovery industry recruits
- EDRM webinar on 18 March: G2K Remote working hacks from the pros
- Nuix articles on the use of photographs as evidence
- Bringing technology to communication in a narrowing world – finding positives in a pandemic
- Interview: Stephanie Clerkin of Korein Tillery on winning the Stellar Women in eDiscovery Award at Relativity Fest
- Depp court text disclosure said to be “accidental”. Let’s wait and see before rushing to criticise
- A crossbow murder and car insurance fraud – technology is quietly filing the evidence. What about your next case?
- Nuix on cybersecurity breaches – the fines are just the beginning of the costs consequences
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Category Archives: HM Courts Service
An article published yesterday in the Solicitors Journal is headed Jackson LJ demands his reforms are implemented in full. It draws attention to a letter from Lord Justice Jackson, the author of last year’s Litigation Costs Review, to Justice Secretary … Continue reading
ILTA INSIGHT 2010 takes place on 27 April at the Grange St Paul’s Hotel. INSIGHT 2010 is ILTA’s 5th annual event in the UK and brings a pocket-sized and UK-focussed version of the excellent main ILTA conference, which I go … Continue reading
The Times of 9 April carried an interview with Sir Anthony May, President of the Queen’s Bench Division. Its title London-centric? We are taking power to the people conveys the gist of the article. The Administrative Court is to soon … Continue reading
HM Courts Service is running workshops in Birmingham and London on how electronic filing and document management (EFDM) will work in the civil and family courts.